Earth Ship stream “Resonant Sun”


Ever since their inception in 2010, Berlin 3-piece EARTH SHIP have built their reputation in the vast field of the stoner / doom / sludge underground scene as one of the most relentless and heavy-hitting live bands out there. With their thunderous blend of sludgy riffs, bluesy leads, virulent vocals and a massive dose of both groove and humour, vocalist Jan Oberg, his wife Sabine (bass) and Sebastian Grimberg (drums) have taken EARTH SHIP to the stages of Desertfest, Stoned From The Underground or Pelagic Fest, and tours with bands like RED FANG, TORCHE, CROWBAR or VOIVOD. After 3 albums on Pelagic, the band signed with NAPALM RECORDS for the release of 4th studio album “Hollowed“ in 2016. But the alliance didn’t last long, and the band returned to our welcoming arms here at Pelagic for album #5: Resonant Sun.

Here is a quote from Earth Ship:
“It’s time for us to unleash our fifth record RESONANT SUN, the consequence of countless hours on the road & intoxicated madness. We’re pumped with the outcome – and think we’ve managed to strip it down to the raw essence of what the band has become.

Drawing inspiration from opposites – RESONANT SUN will take you on a hard-boiled trip through a vast array of emotional oddities. We can’t wait to finally show you this filthy, fuzz-laden doom monster and hope that you’ll love it as much as we do.

Go let the fuzz take you!””

Show the guys some support and give them a like on Facebook and preorder digitally or physicals! You can stream the album below.

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Atmospheric metal band Ancestors sign to Pelagic Records, release new track, “Gone”

Lying somewhere between atmospheric post-rock and doom metal, California’s Ancestors are a veteran band with high aspirations, and while the band released several notable albums on Tee Pee Records, their recent signing to Pelagic Records will likely see them gain a wider audience. Especially if their new song, “Gone”, is any indication.

While the band is set to release a full-length album this summer, their new song (which is on the new Pelagic Records compilation) can be streamed below. Do yourself a favor and don’t miss out on this one.

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